American Field pops up at Ponce City Market

The shop for made-in-the-USA goods runs October 31 to November 1
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“The Southeast is a cornerstone in the maker market,” says Mark Bollman, founder of American Field—a pop-up for made-in-the-USA goods, from vodka and jerky to loafers and watches. Bollman lives in Brooklyn and owns the Boston-based men’s shop Ball and Buck, but he’s also a native of Atlanta, one of four cities hosting American Field this fall (October 31 to November 1 at Ponce City Market). Find dozens of brands, including household names like Polartec as well as smaller makers with folksy names like Slightly Alabama and Brothers Artisan Oil (for the beard, of course).

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Hunter aviators, Ball and Buck X Randolph Eyewear, $268

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The Scout Shirt, Ball and Buck, $168

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Pomade, Brothers Artisan Oil, $24

Photographs courtesy of American Field

This article originally appeared in our October 2015 issue.

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